A history of musical thought

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Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1948 - Music - 647 pages
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Contents

CHAPTER PAGE I THE PROBLEMS
1
THE FIRST SCALES AND THE BEGINNINGS OF KEYNOTE FEELING
8
MELODY AND RHYTHM IN GREEK AND EARLY CHRISTIAN Mus1c
32
MODAL ORGANIZATION AND THEORY
50
THE BEGINNINGS OF HARMONY
58
DISCANT OR MEASURED Mus1c
68
THE FOURTEENTH CENTURYArs nova
88
THE DEVELOPMENT OF MUSICAL NOTATION
107
THE FORMS OF INSTRUMENTAL Mus1c AT THE OPENING OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
272
THE FORMS OF VOCAL Mus1c AT THE OPENING OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
293
BACH AND HANDEL
304
GLUCKS REFORM OF THE OPERA
321
CHAPTER PAGE
334
MOZART
342
THE SONATA AND THE REVOLUTIONBEETHOVEN
363
THE FLOWERING OF ROMANTICISMTHE SONG AND
383

THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY
122
SACRED AND SECULAR SONG IN THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY
150
THE EVOLUTION OF OUR MODERN INSTRUMENTS
183
THE BEGINNINGS OF INSTRUMENTAL Mus1c TO 1600
225
RETROSPECTS AND PROSPECTS
235
THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURYTHE MONODIC REVOLUTION
240
THE BEGINNINGS OF OPERA IN FRANCE GERMANY AND ENGLAND
258
THE ROMANTIC IDEALISTSMENDELSSOHN SCHUMANN
401
ANTIWAGNERIAN TENDENCIESJOHANNES BRAHMS
499
THE RISE OF NATIONALISM
518
THE RISE OF NATIONALISMContinued
535
THE TRANSITION TO THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
551
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
564
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